Tuesday, 28 September 2010

Tomomi Sayuda

Tomimi Sayuda - Oshibe - seen here

One of my favourite pieces from London Design Week was shown at Tent London by designer Tomomi Sayuda.

Here is how she describes the work: "Oshibe is a playful interactive music and lighting sculpture which means stamen in Japanese. Oshibe represents our optimistic elements of life, for instance plants, eggs, light and the moon. When you put the eggs on the stamens, Oshibe plays different tender ambient sounds dependent upon the particular stamens."

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